• Gifford Pinchot and the Old Timers Volume IQuick View
    • Gifford Pinchot and the Old Timers Volume IQuick View
    • Gifford Pinchot and the Old Timers Volume I

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    • In 2005, six tattered blue boxes were unearthed at the Library of Congress’s Pinchot Collection in Washington DC. The boxes contained 5,000 pages of letters describing the work of early resource conservation professionals and were labeled simply “The Old Timers.” Penned between the years 1937–1941 by the first class of American Forest Rangers to serve under President Theodore Roosevelt and…
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  • Gifford Pinchot and the Old Timers Volume IIQuick View
    • Gifford Pinchot and the Old Timers Volume IIQuick View
    • Gifford Pinchot and the Old Timers Volume II

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    • “Gifford Pinchot is the man to whom the nation owes most of what has been accomplished as regards the preservation of the natural resources of our country…I believe it is but just to say that among the many, many public officials who under my administration rendered literally invaluable service to the people of the United States, he, on the whole,…
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  • The Loveliest Woman in AmericaQuick View
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    • The Loveliest Woman in America

    • Bibi Gaston's first book, "The Loveliest Woman in America," published by Morrow/ Harper Collins in 2008, focused on the life of her grandmother, Rosamond Pinchot, niece of Pennsylvania Progressive Governor Gifford Pinchot. Rosamond was a cousin to Edie Sedgwick; half sister of Mary Pinchot Meyer, JFK's lover; friend to Eleanor Roosevelt and Elizabeth Arden. Seventy years after Rosamond’s death, her…
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